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and taxes and they say that is exactly the wrong direction to go. >> gregg: let's talk about west virginia and the senate race there? >> this is an amazing race, very popular governor, 67% approval rating but he is a demcrsoat.ma she runng sck into the fact that 62% of virginia voters disapprove of the job that president obama is doing. because of that, the close, points up by five we move that into the. toss-up category. its race that we didn't expect to be close when senator byrd passed away. >> julie: tea party backed candidate, going from leaning or shifting from leaning gop to hilid gop. tell us about this one? >> kentucky is a state john mccain won by 17 points. republicans are expected to do well. when rand paul beca nominat, it was a tough breakout. democrats thought they could pull off a surprise here. many democrats sti think there is a chance there is reason to hope if you are democrat. only two-thirds of rand paus supporters say they are certain they are going to vote forhim him. >> gregg: let's go to california i thought meg whitman had a comfortablepe lead. what happened? >
on friday and tomorrow back in virginia. is it enough to pull ahead and rescue democrats across the country. let's bring in aaron mcperin. good morning. >> good morning. >> do you the president is as good of a campaigner as candidate obama in 2008? >> he's getting there. that's what a lot of opinion columnists are saying, he's finally getting his groove back and bring the fight a little more. you mentioned some of the places he's been to recently and i would point out that some of his public appearances in places like wisconsin and also in pennsylvania, are in states that are pretty riable for democrats in recent campaign cycl. the fact that he's going to states like that show that the democrats are going have a very tough time. obama was able to win states likened yanna and north caroliiana -- like indiana and north carolina and now they're going back to the traditional democratic states means he's got to fightep pretty hard to keep some of those states within their column. specific define a white house strategy here, as we move into the home stretch? is there a clear strategy or are the
conference on friday, also discussing the economy tomorrow in virginia. has the president effectively conveyed comforting words about his plans? this is not just tors the voter but politicians and democrats who are nervous right now? >> i think he's trying. he hasn't stopped in the last week, he has more plans to do so this week. he's come out with new proposals, getting very specific, getting very personal but i think the white house really, the team realized that the president had lost a critical window of time this summer distracted by so many other things, to talk up the economy more. he's distracted by the war in afghanistan and the oil spill and the debate over the mosque and even the white house's push to promote the new health care reform law. anything but the economy was always sort of getting in the way and making news. you saw him come out with the new proposals. they are -- they have been supported in the past by business and should attract republican pup sort, but the reaction was chilly even from democrats who say that they extending the tax rates for the upper brackets
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